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Replacing the heater control valve 2001 astro

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SOUNDS AS THOUGH THE HEATER CORE IS PLUGGED. TRY BACK FLUSHING IT AGAIN. IF YOU STILL GET NO FLOW IT IS MORE THAN LIKELY PLUGGED AND WILL NEED TO BE REPLACED. THE TUBES ARE VERY SMALL AND PLUG EASILY WITH RUST.

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Could be a bad heater core, any fluid leaking around it...check under the carpet and padding if you don't see anything under it on the ground. Your coolant may also be low, and it isn't circulating to the heater core, or a vacuum line may be off the hot/cold gate on the heater box, there are a lot of possible causes, but i would check for leaks and fluid level first

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It's located on the left rear of throttle body assembly. I looks like a small metal cylinder with two bolts and an oval plug with 4 prongs. Yes you can change it yourself. If you can't find it, go to your local auto parts store and have them show you a picture.

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your heater control valve should be located on one of your heater hoses coming from the heater core. usually they are located close to the firewall and will have some type of control cable attached to it . Simply unhook the two hose clamps to remove and replace the valve .

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SOURCE: Where is the idle air control valve located in a

You'll need to remove the interior engine cover(dog house).Torx screws for the covers, 2 bolts on floor. and bolts against the fire wall (i use a long extension with a swivel socket at the end). The IAC valve is screwed in to the side of the throttle housing (where the gas pedal hooks up to the engine).I can get a pic if you need it.

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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SOUNDS AS THOUGH THE HEATER CORE IS PLUGGED. TRY BACK FLUSHING IT AGAIN. IF YOU STILL GET NO FLOW IT IS MORE THAN LIKELY PLUGGED AND WILL NEED TO BE REPLACED. THE TUBES ARE VERY SMALL AND PLUG EASILY WITH RUST.

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